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RUTH MORGAN FERGUSON 

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Instructor in Bible 



FRED ROWELL BIGELOW 
Associate Professor of 
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Director of Band and 
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HORACE R. BLANK 
Associate Professor 
and Acting Head of the 
Department of Geology 
and Mineralogy 



IOLA BOWDEN 
Instructor in Piano 
and Theory 





JOHN R. CARRUTH 
Instructor in 
Religious Education 



JAMES T. CULBERTSON 
Associate Professor 
and Acting Head of 
the Department of 
Mathematics 



MARY L. CUMMINGS 
Assistant Professor 
of the Department of 
Mathematics 



NAOMI ELAINE DAVIS 
Instructor in Speech 
and Drama 




ANNA BORN FAIRBANKS 
Instructor in German 



ELIZABETH FEAGIN 
Assistant Professor of Violin, 
Theory and Public School 
Music 



GORDON HUBERT 

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Assistant Professor of 
Physics 



ABRAHAM P. FRIESEN 
Associate Professor and 
Acting Head of the 
Department of Physics 
and Aeronautics 



MARY ELIZABETH FOX 
Assistant Professor of 
History and Government 



JOHN CAMPBELL GODBEY 
Professor and Head of the 
Department of Chemistry; 
Chairman of the Division of 
Natural and Applied 
Sciences 



ROXIE HAGOPIAN 
Associate Professor of Voice; 
Director of the Chorus 



SPRIGG HARWOOD 
Assistant Professor of 
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Associate Professor of 
Religious Education 





ARTHUR W. JONES 
Assistant Professor 
of Biology 



FRANK E. LUKSA 
Professor and Acting Head 
of the Department of 
Sociology 




ELIZABETH LUNDBLAD 
Assistant Professor of 
Business Administration 
and Economics 



IMOGENE McNEILL 
Assistant Professor and 
Acting Head of the Depart- 
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ALFRED MARSH 
Associate Professor of 
Chemistry 



RANDOLPH M. MEDLEY 
Director of Athletics; Head 
Coach; Associate Professor 
of Physical Education; Acting 
Head of Department of 
Physical Education and 
Physical Training 



ROSEMARY MILHOLLIN 
Assistant Professor of the 
Department of Physical 
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LUCY BELLE MORGAN 
Instructor in Spanish 



WILLIAM M. PATTERSON 
Assistant Professor of 
Foreign Languages 



HELEN B. RUFENER 
Assistant Professor of the 
Department of Foreign 
Languages 



DOUGLAS W. REYNOLDS 
Assistant Professor of 
General Engineering; 
Assistant Professor and 
Acting Head of the Depart- 
ment of Art 



BRUNO CARL SCHMIDT 
Associate Professor of 
Religion and Religious 
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ROLAND ANGUS 

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Associate Professor and 
Acting Head of the Depart- 
ment of Speech and Drama 



MARY A. THOMPSON 
Director of Physical Training 
for Women; Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Physical Education 



LUTHER J. WAGGONER 
Associate Professor of 
History and Church History 



ESTHER M. WEIR 
Instructor in Mathematics 





RALPH W. WHITMORE 
Assistant Professor of the 
Department of Physics 



MARY ELIZABETH WILCOX 
Assistant Professor of the 
Department of Mathematics 



MYRON L. WILLIAMS 
Professor and Head of the 
Department of Business Ad- 
ministration and Economics 



GORDON B. WOLCOTT 
Associate Professor and 
Head of the Department 
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PEARL A. NEAS 
Registrar; Director of 
Correspondence Department 



I. J. McCOOK 
Business Manager 



LILLIE T. COOPER 
Assistant Registrar 



HOWARD M. KNOX 
Director of Public Relations; 
Executive Secretary of the 
Ex-students' Association 



WILLIAM D. NIETMANN 
Field Representative 



JOHN R. MARTIN 
University Physician 



ARVEY F. LIGON 
Librarian 



SARAH M. WRIGHT 
University Nurse; Instructor 
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MRS. J. E. SMITH 
Head Matron of 
Mood Hall 



MRS. MARGARET H. 

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Matron of Southwestern 
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MRS. E. W. BRIDGES 
Assistant Matron of 
Mood Hall 



MRS. JANETTE REYNOLDS 
Matron of Snyder Hall 





MRS. DAVE FEARRIS, SR. LOUISE I. RADER 
Matron of Sneed Hall Cashier 



ELSIE C. MILROY 
Dietitian and Supervisor of 
Navy Mess at U.S.S. 
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MRS. KATHRYN JOHNSON 
Dietitian and Supervisor 
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M. A. HEFFERNAN 
Commander USNR 
Commanding Officer 



F. C. BLANCHARD 
Lieutenant USNR 
Executive Officer 




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Medical Officer 



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First Lieutenant USMCR 
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Chief Sp. Athletic 



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MONROE LA VERN 
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President 

Jean Hallauer 

Vice-President 

Rose Marie Colca 

Secretary 

Mary Francis 

Treasurer 

Betty Jean Collier 

Senators 

Vera Anderegg 
Corinne Bethea 
Eloise Dickinson 
Harold Harding 
Bob Metzger 
Howard Voth 



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President 

Alyce Moerner 

Vice-President 

Dorothy Ruth Perry 

Secretary 

Betty Jean Collier 

Treasurer 

Mary Francis 

Senators"* , 

Corinne Bethea 
Charles Bryan 
Eloise Dickinson 
Elaine Ehlert 
Bob Metzger 
John Parnell 





ANDEREGG, VERA (B.B.A. — June, '45) 

Fredericksburg, Texas 

Major: Business Administration 

Minor: Economics 
Delta Delta Delta, Corresponding Secretary, '44-'45; Sophomore 
Class, Secretary '43; Junior Class, Secretary, '44; Senior Class, 
Senator, '45; Sports Club, Vice-President, '44-'45; Beauty Nomi- 
nee, '44; Nominee for Sunbowl Princess. 

ADAMS, EUGENIA BERTT (B.B.A. — June, '45) 
Cleburne, Texas 
Major: Business Administration 
Minor: Economics 

Independent Organization; Alpha Chi, '44-'45; Pi Gamma Mu, 
'44-' 45, Secretary- Treasurer, '45. 



BERGOUIST, LINNEA (B.F.A. — June, '45) 
Georgetown, Texas 
Major: Music 

Zeta Tau Alpha; Alpha Chi, Secretary, '43-'45; Senior Class, 
Vice-President; Dean's Prize in Piano, '42-'43; Who's Who in 
American Colleges and Universities; Chapel Pianist, '41 -'45; 
S.C.A. Cabinet; Poetry Reading Contest Winner, '42. 

BELL, LILA RUTH (B.B.A. — Feb., '45) 

Smiley, Texas 

Major: Business Administration 

Minor: Economics 
Independent Organization, Vice-President, '44-'45; Pi Gamma 
Mu, Secretary, '44-'45; Intramural Captain, All-Star Team, '45. 



BOONE, MARION HALLOCK (B.S. — June, '45) 

Brownwood, Texas 

Major: Elementary Education 

Minor: Art 
Mask and Wig, '44-'45, Member at Large '45; Art Club, '44; 
Chorus, '44. 

BETHEA, CORINNE ALICE (B.F.A. — June, '45) 
Wharton, Texas 
Major: Public School Music 

Phi Mu, Best Pledge Award, '42-'43, 2nd Vice-President and 
Rush Captain, '43-'44, President, '44-'45; Mood Hall House Coun- 
cil, Secretary-Treasurer, '43-'45, Senator, '43-'45; Advisory Coun- 
cil, Secretary-Treasurer, '44-'45; Student Body, Secretary- 
Treasurer, '44-'45; Chapel Choir, '43-'45; Chorus, '42-'43, '44-'45; 
Pan-American Forum, '42-'44; Mozart Society, '44-'45; String En- 
semble, 42-'44; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universi- 
ties, '44-'45; '45 Sou'wester, Assistant Editor; Panhellenic Coun- 
cil, '43-'45; Library Assistant, '44-'45; Library Club, Presi- 
dent, '45. 

BRABHAM, EDITH ANNE (B.A. — Oct., '44) 
Roswell, New Mexico 
Major: Psychology 
Minor: Sociology 

Alpha Delta Pi, Recording Secretary, '43-'44; Mask and Wig, 
'41-'44; Sports Club, '41-'42; Megaphone Staff, '42; '44 Sou'- 
wester, Assistant Editor; Student Senate, '44; Mood Hall House 
Council, '44-'45, Secretary, '44. 

BOSTICK, SELMA RAY (B.A. — Oct.; '44) 
Marshall, Texas 
Major: Religious Education 

Independent Organization; Pan-American Forum, '43-'44; 
S.C.A., Worship Chairman, '44; Ministerial Association, '43-'44. 





COLCA, ROSE MARIE (B.S. — June, '45) 
Houston, Texas 
Major: Physical Education 
Minor: Violin 

Phi Mu, Treasurer, '43-'44, Chaplain, '44-'45, Beauty Nominee, 
'43, '45; Mask and Wig, '43-'45; Orchestra, '43-'45; Home Eco- 
nomics Club, '44-'45; Pi Gamma Mu, '45. 

COLLIER, BETTY JEAN (BA. — June, '45) 
Houston, Texas 
Major: Psychology- 
Minor: Sociology 

Alpha Delta Pi, Social Chairman, '44-'45; Sports Club, '41-'42; 
Mask and Wig, '41-'44; Pan-American Forum, '42-'44; Maga- 
zine Staff, '44-'45; Senior Class, Treasurer, '44, Secretary, '45; 
'45 Sou'wester, Art Editor; Pi Gamma Mu, '45. 



DOLAN, LOIS (B.A. — Feb., '45) 
Big Lake, Texas 

Major: Speech and Drama 
Alpha Delta Pi; Pan-American Forum, '42-'44; Mask and Wig, 
'42-'43, '44-'45; Snyder Hall House Council, President, '43-'44; 
Mood Hall House Council, '44. 

DICKINSON, ELOISE (B.A. — June, '45) 
Brownwood, Texas 
Major: English 
Minor: Mathematics and Home Economics 

Phi Mu, Secretary, '43-'44, Rushing Chairman, '45; Student Sen- 
ate, '44-'45; Science Society, Secretary, '45; Mask and Wig, 
'42-'43; Home Economics Club, President, '44-'45; Megaphone 
Staff, '43; Panhellenic Council, '44-'45. 



FRANCIS, MARY ELIZABETH (BA. — June, '45) 
Houston, Texas 

Major: History and Government 
Minor: English 

Independent Organization, President, '43-'44; Alpha Chi, Vice- 
President, '44-'45; S.C.A., President, '45; Pi Gamma Mu, '44-'45; 
Science Society, '45; Senior Class, Secretary, '44, Treasurer, 
'45; '45 Sou'wester Staff; Advisory Council, President, '44; 
Senator, '44; Glee Club, '42, '43. 

FEATHERSTON, JACK (B.A. — Oct., '44) 
Muskogee, Oklahoma 
Pre-Chaplain 

Ministerial Association, '44; '44 Perkins' Award; Debate, '44. 



HALL, NORMAN BERNARD (B.A. — Feb., '45) 

Rusk, Texas 

Major: Physical Education 
Chief Specialist U.S.N.R. 

GIDEON, JEWELL B. (B.A. — June, '45) 
Fort Worth, Texas 
Major: English 
Minor: Education 

Independent Organization, Reporter, '43-'44; Megaphone Staff, 
'42-'43; Chapel Choir, '42, '43, '44; Dr. Howard's Assistant, 
'44-'45; Library Assistant, '44-'45. 



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HARDING, HAROLD (B.BA. — Oct., '45) 
Byers, Texas 
Major: Business Administration 

Phi Delta Theta, President, '44; Mask and Wig, '43, '44, '45 
Treasurer, '44-'45; Junior Senator, '44; Senior Senator, '44-'45. 

HALLAUER, JEAN EMILY (B.S. — Feb., '45) 

Breckenridge, Texas 

Major: Chemistry 

Minor: Biology 
Alpha Delta Pi, President '44-'45, Chaplain '43-'44, Beauty Nomi- 
nee, '42; S.C.A., President, '44-'45, Deputation Chairman, '44; 
Senator, '44, Senior Class; Science Society, Secretary, '43-'44; 
Pi Kappa Delta, Secretary, '43-'44; Magazine Staff, '43; Sou'- 
wester Staff, '42-'43; Panhellenic Council, '44-'45; Mood Hall 
House Council, '44-'45; Debate Team, '42, '43, '44, '45; Who's 
Who in American Colleges and Universities, '44-'45. 



MAYES, HELEN (B.S. — Oct., '44) 
Ozona, Texas 
Major: Elementary Education 

Zeta Tau Alpha, Secretary, '44; Sports Club, '42, '43; Beauty 
Nominee, '42. 

KING, MANDY LOU (B.A — Oct., '44) 
Beaumont, Texas 
Major: English 

Independent Organization, President, '44, Vice-President '42-'44; 
Independent Executive Council, '42-'44; Who's Who in Ameri- 
can Colleges and Universities, '44-'45; Alpha Chi, '44; Pi Gam- 
ma Mu, President, '43-'44; Student Senate, '44; Constitutional 
Committee, '44; S.C.A., Publicity Chairman, '42- '44; Mask and 
Wig, '41-'42, '44; Megaphone Staff, '44; Magazine Staff, '42-'44; 
Chorus, '41-'43; Chapel Choir, '41-'43. 



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METZGER, ROBERT TURNEY (B.A. 
Dallas, Texas 

Major: History and Government 
Minor: Economics and Sociology 

S.C.A. Cabinet; Senator, '44-'45; Ministerial Association, '44-'45 
Pi Gamma Mu, '45; Alpha Chi, '45. 



MEDLEY RANDOLPH (M.A. 
Georgetown, Texas 
Major: Education 

Head of Athletics 



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MOERNER, ALYCE LILLIAN (B.A. — June, '45) 
Corpus Christi, Texas 
Major: Sociology 
Minor: Psychology 

Alpha Delta Pi, President of Pledge Class, '43-'44 ; Who's Who 
in American Colleges and Universities, '44-'45; Pi Gamma Mu, 
'45; Alpha Chi, '45; '44 Sou'wester Staff; '45 Sou'wester Editor; 
Senior Class, President, '45; Mask and Wig, '43, '44, '45; Chorus, 
'43-'44; Pan-American Forum, '45; All-Star Baseball Team, '44; 
All-Star Basketball Team, '45. 

MILLHOLIN, ROSEMARY (B.S. — Oct., '44) 
Georgetown, Texas 

Major: Education 
Pi Gamma Mu, '44; Mask and Wig, '42, '43, '44; Speech Club 
Megaphone Staff. 














PERRY, DOROTHY RUTH (B.A. — June, '45) 
Houston, Texas 
Major: Art 
Minor: Drama 

Alpha Delta Pi, Recording Secretary, '44-'45; Alpha Chi, '45; 
Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, '44-'45; 
Mask and Wig Club, Secretary, '43-'44, President, '44-'45; 
National Collegiate Players; Sophomore Class, Vice-President, 
'44; Senior Class, Vice-President, '45. 

PURCELL, MARGARET ELIZABETH (BA.— June, '45) 

Beaumont, Texas 

Major: Sociology 

Minor: Psychology 
Alpha Delta Pi, Historian, '43-'44, Corresponding Secretary, '44- 
'45; Pi Gamma Mu, '44-'45; Mask and Wig. 



REICHENSTEIN, JEAN (B.A. — June, '45) 

Fort Worth, Texas 

Major: Bible and Philosophy 

Minor: Religion 
Independent Organization, Secretary and Treasurer, '44-'45; 
House Council, '44-'45; Pi Gamma Mu, '45. 

ROBERTS, MARY LOUISE (B.B.A. — Feb., '45) 
Georgetown: Texas 
Major: Business Administration 
Minor: Economics 

Independent Organization; Library Assistant, '43-'45. 



ROPER, THERESA (BA. — Oct., '44) 
McGregor, Texas 

S.C.A., Secretary, '44, President, '44; Alpha Chi, '44-'45; Who's 
Who in American Colleges and Universities; Student Senate, 
'44; Band, '42-'43; Ministerial Association, '43; Musical Arts 
Club. 

SCORE, JOHN N.R. II (B.A. — June, '45) 
Georgetown, Texas 
■ Major: Psychology 

Phi Delta Theta, Reporter, '44, Alumni Secretary, '44-'45, Who's 
Who in American Colleges and Universities, '43-'44, '44-'45; 
Pi Gamma Mu, '44-'45, President, '45; National Collegiate Play- 
ers, '44-'45; Alpha Chi, '44-'45; Mask and Wig, '42-'45; Member 
of Board of Directors, '44-'45; Panhellenic Council, '43-'44; '43 
Sou'wester Staff; Magazine, Drama Editor, '44-'45; Ministerial 
Association; Science Society, '45. 



STINSON, BETTY (B.S. — Oct., '45) 
Conroe, Texas 
Major: Chemistry 
Minor: Biology 

Zeta Tau Alpha, Vice-President, 
Panhellenic Council, '44. 



'44; Sports Club, '42, '43; 



TAYLOR, CORA ALICE (B.S. — June, '45) 
Galveston, Texas 
Major: Biology 
Minor: Chemistry 

Zeta Tau Alpha, Treasurer and Rush Captain, '44-'45; German 
Club, '43-'44; Megaphone, '43-'44. 



VANDERPOOL, WALTER HARRISON, JR. 
(BA. — June, '45) 
El Paso, Texas 
Major: History and Government 

Phi Delta Theta; Ministerial Association, '43-'44, '44-'45, Treas- 
urer, '44-'45; Alpha Chi, '44-'45, President, '44-'45; Pi Gamma 
Mu, '44-'45; S.CA., '44-'45, Vice-President, '44-'45. 

STAPP, ESTELLE (B. A. — Oct., '44) 

Georgetown, Texas 
Major: Education 



WALLACE, CARRIE BERNICE (B.S. — June, '45) 
Justin, Texas 
Major: Chemistry 
Minor: Mathematics 

Independent Organization; Alpha Chi, '44-'45; Science Society, '43, '44, 
'45, Vice-President, '43, '45, President, '45. 

VOGT, WILMA JEANNE (B.A. — Feb., '45) 
Houston, Texas 

Major: History and Government 
Phi Mu, Librarian, '44-'45, Reporter, '44, Chaplain, '44; Pi Gam- 
ma Mu, '44-'45; Chorus, '44; Mood Hall Honor Council, '43-'44; 
Student Assistant to Dr. Hester, '43, '44, '45; Commercial Secre 
tary to George C. Hester; Home Economics Club, '44; Pan 
American Forum, '44. 



WRIGHT, DORIS BIGGS (B.S. — Oct., '44) 
Georgetown, Texas 

Major: Physical Education 
Alpha Delta Pi; Sports Club, '43. 

WALLACE, FRANCES CATHERINE (B.A. — Oct., '44) 

Corpus Christi, Texas 

Major: Sociology 

Minor: Psychology 
Alpha Delta Pi, Corresponding Secretary, '43, Beauty Nominee, 
'42, '43, '44, Vice-President, '44; Who's Who in American Col- 
leges and Universities, '43, '44; Alpha Chi; Pi Gamma Mu; Sun 
Bowl Princess, '44; Student Senate, '43; Students' Association, 
Secretary-Treasurer, '44; Pan-American Forum, '43, '44; Mask 
and Wig, Reporter, '42; Chorus, '42, '43, '44; Orchestra, '42; 
Chapel Choir, '43, '44; Pianists' Club, '42; Winner of After- 
Dinner Speaking Contest, '42; Radio Chorus, '44; S.C.A., Rec- 
reation Committee, '43. 

YANCH, DORRIS (B.A — Oct., '44) 

Houston, Texas 

Major: Psychology 

Minor: Sociology 
Alpha Delta Pi, President, '43-'44; Panhellenic Council, '43-'44, 
President, '44; Mask and Wig, '41, '42, '43, '44; Sports Club, 
'41-'42; Pi Gamma Mu, '44; Pan-American Forum '41-'43; Mozart 
Society, '41, '42, '43; Student Senate, '44; Junior Class, Vice- 
President; '44 Sou'wester Staff; Mood Hall House Council, 
'43-'44. 

WUNSCHE, WILLIE MAE (B.A. — Oct., '44) 
Spring, Texas 
Major: Speech and Drama 

Independent Organization; Candidate for Sun Bowl Queen; 
Pan-American Forum; Chorus, '43, '44. 






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CORBELL, LOUIS M. 
Waterman, California 



DUNSON, VIRGINIA 
Clifton, Texas 



HUFFHINES, JOE BOYKIN 
Dallas, Texas 

JACKSON, LOUISE 
Orange, Texas 




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McFARLAND, EDDIE 
Lufkin, Texas 



SNEED, ROBERT 
Galena Park, Texas 



SWITZER, DAVID 
Beaumont, Texas 



WISE, MARY KAY 
Corpus Christi, Texas 







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President 

Alef Henley 

Vice-President 

Buddy Grimes 

Secretary-Treasurer 
Gloria Allen 

Senators 

Jewel Borders 
Charles Bryan 
Elaine Ehlert 
Ivon Feaster 
John Parnell 



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SPRING 

President 

Reagan B. Cates 

Vice-President 
Bob Craig 

Secretary-Treasurer 
Jewel Borders 

Senators 

Alef Henley 

Mary Faye Richardson 

Jimmy Salibo 

Jane Sisserson 

Dorothy Woolls 




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ALLEN, GLORIA PATRICIA 
Georgetown, Texas 



ADKINS, EDITH EVOHN 
Weatherford, Texas 



BARBER, FAIRYE IRENE 
Markham, Texas 



BAILEY, JAMES MELTON 
Chico, Texas 



BARTLEY, NORMA B. 
Georgetown, Texas 



BARTLETT, JOSEPHINE 
Lufkin, Texas 



BERBER, TIBURCIO JOE 
Beeler, Kansas 

BAUMGARDNER, JOSEPH WILLIAM 
Austin, Texas 




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BERRY, RHEBA NELL 
Corpus Christi, Texas 



BLACKMAN, LESLIE JO ANN 
Taft, Texas 



BLOMQUIST, GEORGE R. 
Austin, Texas 



BORDERS, JEWEL C. 
San Antonio, Texas 



BOYD, BETTIE BRADY 
Mexia, Texas 



BRACHT, ROGER HEATH 
Rockport, Texas 



BRANTON, RICHARD CALVIN 
San Antonio, Texas 



BRASWELL, EDGAR JOSEPH 
San Antonio, Texas 



BROWN, BILLIE RUTH 
San Diego, Texas 

BRATTON, MORRIS HARVEY 
Cleburne, Texas 



BUSFIELD, ROGER MELVIL 
Austin, Texas 



BRYAN, CHARLES W. 
Whitesboro, Texas 



CAIN, YVONNE 
Houston, Texas 



BUTSHEK, HENRY 
Moulton, Texas 



CARROL, BETTY 
Taft, Texas 

CARRIKER, EDWARD HENRY 
Center, Texas 





CARTER, COURTNEY 
Conroe, Texas 



CATES, REAGAN B. 
Baytown, Texas 



COOPER, LELA (MRS.) 
Georgetown, Texas 



COURTNEY, JEAN 
Conroe, Texas 



CRIDER, ELLISON STANLEY 
Corpus Christi, Texas 

DEKLE, RUTH K. 
Longview, Texas 



EDENS, EDITH JANE 
Georgetown, Texas 



EDWARDS, WELDON B. 
Comanche, Texas 



EVINS, JAMES JERRY 
San Antonio, Texas 



EHLERT, ELAINE E. 
Fairbanks, Texas 



GEORGE, JAMES L. 
North Camp Hood 



FEASTER, IVON 
Bryan, Texas 



GILES, ALAN DALE 
Corpus Christi, Texas 

GEORGE, MARSHALL EUGENE 
Houston, Texas 



GOSS, JOSEPH ATWELL 
Mount Pleasant, Texas 



GOODENOUGH, HAROLD S. 
Corpus Christi, Texas 





GOSSETT, LEO EARL 
San Antonio, Texas 



GRIMES, JAMES W., JR. 
Del Rio, Texas 



GRIMES, MADIE B. 
Georgetown, Texas 



HECK, ROSE A. 
Giddings, Texas 



HENLEY, KATHLEEN A. 
Brownwood, Texas 



HENRY, ALBERT R., JR. 
Belton, Montana 



HILL, EMMETT T. 
Fort Worth, Texas 



HUGHES, DONALD 
Lufkin, Texas 



JOHNSON, BILLIE B. 
Bryan, Texas 



HULL, MARY JOANNA 
San Antonio, Texas 



LACY, WILLIAM R. 
Houston, Texas 

KRAMPITZ, CLARENCE R. 
Sealy, Texas 




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LANDRUM, HOLLIS B. 
Waco, Texas 

LANCASTER, AUDREY FAYE 
Mexia, Texas 



LEEDIKER, WILLIAM E. 
Crockett, Texas 



LARSEN, DIXIE L. 
Taylor, Texas 





LUES, JAMES KENNETH 
Palestine, Texas 



LOUDON, ALBERT E. 
Georgetown, Texas 



MOSES, MARILYN 
Sinton, Texas 



MUNSON, JANE 
Georgetown, Texas 



PARNELL, JOHN E. 
Houston, Texas 



PINEDO, FRANK M. 
Austin, Texas 



PRANGLIN, EVELYN E. 
Pearsall, Texas 



OUILLAN, BETTY JO 
Mexia, Texas 



REDWINE, FRANCES M. 
Centerville, Texas 



RADER, MILDRED JO 
Georgetown, Texas 



ROBERTS, BOYDENE 
San Antonio, Texas 

RICHARDSON, MARY FAY 
Liberty Hill, Texas 



RUPP, LORRAINE 
Falfurrias, Texas 

ROYER, CHARLES WILLIAM 
Fort Worth, Texas 



SCHNABEL, LOIS ANN 
Shreveport, La. 



ST. CLAIR, VIRGINIA 
Georgetown, Texas 








SHOLARS, JEAN 
Orange, Texas 



SISSERSON, JANE 
Mart, Texas 



SLOVER, VERNON 
Reagan Wells, Texas 



SMITH, DOROTHY JEAN 
Orange, Texas 



SMITH, HAROLD BILLY 
Dallas, Texas 



SNEED, LILLIAN 
Galena Park, Texas 




STEELE, JOHN 
Huntington, Texas 



STORM, WILLIAM 
San Antonio, Texas 



TIDWELL, HELEN 
Meridian, Texas 



SUTTON, TOMMY LOU 
San Saba, Texas 



TOOLEY, LESTER 
Dallas, Texas 

TOOLEY, ALBERT RICHARD 
Dallas, Texas 



VICKERS, ALLENE 
Sinton, Texas 

TRIPLETT, ARTHUR GROVER 
Dalhart, Texas 



WALTHAL, EDWARD W., JR. 
Memphis, Tenn. 



WALKER, SALLYE 
Glidden, Texas 





WATHEN, RICHARD WALLER 
Evansville, Ind. 

WEBB, JAMES HARVEY 
Dallas," Texas 



WILKINSON, CURTIS R. 
Olton, Texas 



WILLMAN, ETTA MARIE 
Art, Texas 



WILSON, JOY 
Fort Worth, Texas 



WOOLLS, DOROTHY 
Hondo, Texas 



ZWIENER, LONNY 
Fredericksburg, Texas 







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FALL 

President 

Glen Sectberry 

Vice-President 

Ruth Marie Davis 

Secretary-Treasurer 
Peggy Phillips 

Senators 

Bud Allen 
Martha Jane Easley 
Rogelio Salinas 
Roy Stewart 




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SPRING 

President 

R. E. Wainscott 

Vice-President 

Glen Seaberry 

Secretary-Treasurer 
Ruth Marie Davis 

Senators 

L. E. Bogle 
Jim Green 
James Underwood 
Joe White 




ALLEN, MELVIN EARL 
San Antonio, Texas 

ALLEN, JULIAN GEORGE 
Ingleside, Texas 

AINSWORTH, LABAN LINTON 
Houston, Texas 



BALLEW, LOREN LEE 
Bagwell, Texas 

AYCOCK, CECIL SANDEFER 
Arlington, Texas 

ARNDT, ARTHUR PAUL 
Wharton, Texas 



BARTH, PAUL OWEN 
Texas City, Texas 

BARKLEY, BETTY 
Houston, Texas 

BARE, THEODORE 
Ontario, Calif. 



BERRY, CAROLYN 
Houston, Texas 

BEATY, WARREN SCOTT 
Waverly, Iowa 

BAYLOR, THOMAS WILLARD 
Houston, Texas 





BETHANY, SUE 
Bryan, Texas 



BOGLE, LaDON ELWYN 
El Paso, Texas 

BONE, ROBERT MARVIN 
San Benito, Texas 



BOULLIOUN, ELBERT, JR. 
Tahoka, Texas 

BOWDEN, GAIL MUSE 
Alice, Texas 

BRADFORD, DERRELL 
Idalou, Texas 



BROWN, CHARLES O 
Lubbock, Texas 

BROWN, CHARLES 
Orange, Texas 

BUDD, HARRELL 
Dallas, Texas 



BURFORD, ETHEL CONE 
Columbus, Texas 

BUTLER, RAY 
Rising Star, Texas 



CANNELL, NANCY M. 
McAllen, Texas 



CARUTH, CHARLES FRANCIS 
Gatesville, Texas 

CARROLL, ANNETTE 
Taft, Texas 

CAPPS, CHARLES J., JR. 
Beaumont, Texas 



CHANDLER, FRED CLARK 
Austin, Texas 

COX, F. WARD 
Van Buren, Ark. 

COX, HOMER 

Georgetown, Texas 



CRAIG, ROBERT M. 
Dallas, Texas 

CRAIG WAYNE F. 
Dallas, Texas 

CROW, THOMAS DAVID 
Pomeroy, Ohio 



CRUSE, PEGGY 
Hull, Texas 

DANIEL, DOROTHY JANE 
Holland, Texas 

DAVIS, JAMES L. 
Mart, Texas 





DAVIS, RUTH MARIE 
Baytown, Texas 

DEE, RUTH MARIE 
Houston, Texas 



DODSON, JOHN DEWEY 
Freeport, Texas 



DUNAGAN, LEORN E., 
Monahans, Texas 

DUNGAN, BILL YE 
Rosenberg, Texas 



EASLEY, MARTHA J. 
Georgetown, Texas 



EASLEY, RAEMAR 
Corpus Christi, Texas 

EDWARDS, NONA RUTH 
Smithville, Texas 

ELLIS, WILLIAM C. 
Austin, Texas 



FAIRCHILD, LAWRENCE E. 
Los Angeles, Calif. 

FISHER, PATRICIA 
Texas City, Texas 

FRANKLIN, BRUCE 
Madisonville, Tenn. 



GARDINER, GLENNA 
Port Arthur, Texas 

FREEMAN, JAMES E. 
Ruston, La. 

FREDE, BARBARA 
La Grange, Texas 



GOOSTREE, ANNAH B. 
Fort Worth, Texas 

GILLESPIE, CHARLES 
Houston, Texas 

GIBSON, CYRIL ROBERT 
San Gabriel, Cal. 



HAND, RICHARD G. 
Tucson, Ariz. 

HALLAUER, JANE L. 
Breckenridge, Texas 

GRAYSON, MARGARET R. 
Temple, Texas 



HILLIARD, MAXINE 
Kerrville, Texas 

HENDERSON, MARY 
Georgetown, Texas 

HARRISON, JAMES 
Yukon, Oklahoma 





HORNER, BERNARD 
San Antonio, Texas 

HOWARD, ERNEST 
Talco, Texas 



HUDSON, CLYDE AUDREY 
Austin, Texas 



JACKSON, LEE S., JR. 
Pasadena, Cal. 

JOHNSEN, GEORGE EVERT 
Phoenix, Ariz. 

JOHNSTON, PEGGY 
Hull, Texas 



KENNEDY, HAROLD GRANT 
Corpus Christi, Texas 

KIRCHER, EDWARD H. 
Refugio, Texas 

KNOX, ELIZABETH 
Georgetown, Texas 



KRENTEL, AMY 
Georgetown, Texas 

LANSNER, LAWRENCE 
New York, New York 

LAUBACK, FLORENCE 
Georgetown, Texas 



LUNSFORD, FRANCES 
Temple, Texas 



LONG, JACK 
Waco, Texas 

LITTLE, DOROTHY JANE 
San Saba, Texas 



McCRELESS, GRACE ANN 
San Antonio, Texas 

McCLURE, CLAUDE 
Bonham, Texas 

McCLISH, JOHN CALVIN, JR. 
Marble Falls, Texas 



MAAS, LAWRENCE WALKER 
Houston, Texas 

McLEAN, AUBREY 
Georgetown, Texas 



McKEE, ALVIE L. 
Abilene, Texas 



MATHIS, JACK FORREST 
Era, Texas 

MASSEY, HAROLD E. 
Rockwall, Texas 

MARWILL, GENE GILBERT 
Dallas, Texas 





MAURICE, HELEN C. 
Temple, Texas 

MAYES, ETHEL 
Ozona, Texas 



MEAGHER, ROBERT 
Beaumont, Texas 



MERCHANT, WALTER 
Weinert, Texas 

MITCHELL, FRANK NICIAS 
Roaring Springs, Texas 

MOODY, MARTIN LUTHER 
Mathis, Texas 



MOORE, JACK SPENCER 
Austin, Texas 

MUMME, DAVID 
San Antonio, Texas 



MUNROE, CLARK CAMERON 
San Antonio, Texas 



NANCE, FANNIE J. 
Lometa, Texas 

ODONNELL, JAMES 
Los Angeles, Cal. 



O'MEARA, WILLIAM JAMES 
Rapid City, S.D. 



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PAYNE, HELEN L. 
Santa Anna, Texas 

PAUL, R. SENORA 
Houston, Texas 

OVERTON, JOSEPHINE 
Hutto, Texas 



PICKARD, G. ROY 
Rosenberg, Texas 

PHILLIPS, MARGARET A. 
San Augustine, Texas 

PEPPER, DELLA MAE 
Marshall, Texas 



PORTER, ROBERT BOWEN 
Fabens, Texas 

PLOEGER, MARJORIE 
Houston, Texas 



PIT^S, SAM S. 
Cjnroe, Texas 



RAGUSE, ELMER ROY 
Los Angeles, Cal. 

RABB, CARLOS C, JR. 
Monterey, La. 

PRINGLE, FLOYD W. 
Thornton, Texas 





RAMSEL, DONNA E. 
Georgetown, Texas 

RANKIN, WILLIAM C. 
Saranac Lake, N.Y. 

REED, GLENN R. 
Houston, Texas 



REYNOLDS, BETTY 
Houston, Texas 

RICHARDS, NAIDA 
Paducah, Texas 

RIVES, TOMMY G. 
Weslaco, Texas 



ROBINSON, LEON C. 
McKinney, Texas 

ROONEY, WILLIAM EUGENE 
New Orleans, La. 

RYAN, EILLEN 
El Paso, Texas 



SALIBO, NICHOLAS 
Houston, Texas 

SALINAS, ROGELIO 
Laredo, Texas 



SCHARFEN, JOHN COLE 
San Francisco, Cal. 



SEABURY, GLEN 
San Antonio, Texas 

SCHULZ, GERHARD 
Dallas, Texas 

SCHIESSWOHL, ROBERT CHENET 
Long Island, N.Y. 



SILLIMAN, ELIZABETH 
Hattiesburg, Miss. 

SHINEBERG, EDWARD GERALD 
Los Angeles, Cal. 

SEXTON, EDNANNE 
Houston, Texas 



SMITH, DAVID 
Mt. Pleasant, Texas 

SISTRUNK, POLLY 
Runge, Texas 



SILVA, DONALD 
Richmond, Cal. 



SPENCER, DONALD EUGENE 
Argyle, Texas 

SPEETZEN, GEORGE WALTER 
Berkeley, Cal. 

SMITH, ROBERT FRANKLIN 
Sacramento, Cal. 





STARK, JOSEPH ROBERT 
Phoenix, Ariz. 

STASNEY, DANIEL R. 
Taylor, Texas 

STEWART, ROY L. 
Pomona, Cal. 



STOKER, EMMA R. 
Waco, Texas 

STORM, MARGARET PHIPPS 
Houston, Texas 

SUMMER, WILLIAM B. 
Homeland, Fla. 



TERRY, J. E. 

Longview, Texas 

THOMPSON, NATHAN 
Petaluna, Cal. 

THOMPSON, ROBERT V. 
Modesto, Cal. 



TIPTON, RICHARD G. 
Silver City, N.M. 

TOLEMAN, THOMAS ORRIN 
Blythe, Cal. 

TOLMAN, C. REED 
Berkeley, Cal. 



TURNER, GEORGE CLEVELAND 
San Leandro, Cal. 

TUMLINSON, MARTHA E. 
Raymondville, Texas 

TROWBRIDGE, HENRY OTIS 
Piedmont, Cal. 



TYSON, BILLIE RUTH 
Rosebud, Texas 

TUTTLE, BETTY 

San Antonio, Texas 



TURNER, LEE L. 
Truscott, Texas 



WALLER, GOVIE E. 
Los Fresnos, Texas 

WAINSCOTT, ROBERT E. 
Dallas, Texas 

VLHA, MARY JO 
Rosebud, Texas 



WARTHEN, BETTY PAT 
Beaumont, Texas 

WARD, V. B., JR. 
Georgetown, Texas 

WARD, WAYNE, JR. 
Corpus Christi, Texas 





WATSON, BETTY J. 
Fredericksburg, Texas 

WAY, JOHN C. 
San Leandro, Cal. 

WEISS, STANLEY CLARK 
Seguin, Texas 

WESTERMAN, GERTRUDE A. 
Thorndale, Texas 



WHITE, JOE B. 
Cameron, Texas 

WICKES, WILLIAM MARVIN 
Grand Prairie, Texas 

WILEN, BERNARD CHARLES 
Santa Rosa, Cal. 

WILLIAMS, RICHARD C. 
Sandpoint, Idaho 



WILLIS, ROBERT WAYNE 
Long Beach, Cal. 

WILLIS, REUBEN L. 
Cleburne, Texas 

WILSON, RICHARD RANSOM 
Los Angeles, Cal. 

WOBBER, STEWART WILLIAM 
San Francisco, Cal. 



WRIGHT, WILLIAM BENNETT 
Fort Worth, Texas 

YOUNG, PHYLLIS 
Houston, Texas 

ZINK, JOY 

Iowa Park, Texas 

ZELLICK, IAN BEN 
Burlingame, Cal. 



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President 


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Ed Blodzinski 

Vice-President 

J. C. Underwood 






Secretary-Treasurer 
June Oxford 






Senators 

Jim Green 




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Lucille Meier 



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SPRING 

President 

Beth Heatly 

Vice-President 
Joe Sheppard 

Secretary -Treasurer 

June Oxford 
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Senators 

Peggy Hedrick 
Pat Mackey 
Beverly Robinson 




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ABADIE, VICTOR HUGO 
San Antonio, Texas 

ADAMS, VIRGINIA RUTH 
Dallas, Texas 

ABBOTT, CARMEN JO 
Beaumont, Texas 



ALLMAN, RAY MADISON 
Amarillo, Texas 

ALLEN, WILLIAM M. 
Fort Worth, Texas 

ALLEN, NUEL HOWARD 
Athens, Texas 



APPLETON, PHYLLIS RAE 
El Paso, Texas 

ANDING CORA LYNN 
Marlin, Texas 

ANDERSON, KITTY CANTRELL 
Houston, Texas 



BAKER, MARY HELEN 
Harlingen, Texas 

BABASIN, MARY JENNETTE 
Vernon, Texas 

ARMSTRONG, DORIS ALL 
San Antonio, Texas 





BARCUS, MARIANNE 
Goose Creek, Texas 

BARKER, EMMA DEE 
Ranger, Texas 



BEAUCHAMP, DIXON L. 
Shrub Oak, New York 



BERRY, CAROLING CARSON 
Conroe, Texas 

BIRKELBACK, JANET JOY 
Houston, Texas 

BLACKWELL, WILLIAM RAY 
Lockhart, Texas 



BLAKE, WILBOURN G. 
Georgetown, Texas 

BLODZINSKI, EDWARD 

Buffalo, N.Y. 



BODE, MARJORIE ELIZABETH 
Mason, Texas 



BONNER, PEGGY MARGUERITE 
Kerrville, Texas 

BOREN, KENNETH LOCKE 
San Antonio, Texas 

BOWEN, DAVID LEON 
San Antonio, Texas 



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JOE GRADY 


Commerce, 


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BRANNEN, DAVID 




Tucson, Ariz. 




BRABHAM, PATRICIA 




Roswell, N.M. 





BRYSON, WYLLENA JO 
Dallas, Texas 

BROWN, WILLIAM BURLESON 
Dallas, Texas 

BROOME, RALEIGH W. 
Fort Worth, Texas 



BURKETT, WILLIAM JOSEPH 
Beaumont, Texas 

BUMGARDNER, J. C. 
Abilene, Texas 

BUICE, BESS WYNELL 
Waco, Texas 



CALHOUN, JOHN CALVIN 
Port Arthur, Texas 

BYERS, JACK EDWARD 
Elkhart, Ind. 

BUSSEY, GLORY LUCILLE 
Pharr, Texas 




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CANNON, EDWARD LEE 
Okmulgee, Okla. 

CARSNER, CATHERINE 
Victoria, Texas 

CHANDLER, JANIS 
Groveton, Texas 



CHARLTON, JIM ALICE 
Temple, Texas 

CHASE, DONALD 
San Antonio, Texas 



CLAY, THOMAS, WELDON 
Athens, Texas 



COHEN, ANNIE MARGARET 
Dickinson, Texas 

COHEN, MAX 

San Antonio, Texas 

COLEMAN, LORENA 
Fort Worth, Texas 



COLLINS, DAVID 
Longview, Texas 

COMIN, MARGARET JEAN 
Phoenix, Ariz. 

CONOLEY, DAVID ROSS 
Taylor, Texas 



COPPING, MYRTLE RUTH 
San Angelo, Texas 

COOPER, PEGGY 
Georgetown, Texas 

CONQUEST, SHELLEY 
Pharr, Texas 



CROKER, RAYMOND A., JR 
Houston, Texas / 



CRESS, CARL C, JR. 
Riverside, Cal. 

COX, CLAUDE WELDON 
Azle, Texas 



CRUSE, TOMMIE DEAN 
Hull, Texas 

CROUCH, FRED W., JR. 
Austin, Texas 

CRONKWRIGHT, PATTIE 
Galveston, Texas 



DAILY, RICHARD 
Georgetown, Texas 

CURTWRIGHT, MABEL JEAN 
Atlanta, Texas 

CULPEPPER, CLAUDE 
San Antonio, Texas 





DAVENPORT, PRESCAL O. 
La Pryor, Texas 

DAVIDSON, BILL CLINE 
Chickasha, Oklahoma 

DAVIS, EMORY L. 
Lilia Lake, Texas 



DEMPSEY, JAMES J., JR. 
Beaumont, Texas 

BESCHNER, REINHART P. 
Gonzales, Texas 

DOBYNS, ROBERT E. 
Springfield, Mo. 



DOLAN, ELEANOR 
Georgetown, Texas 

DONALD, GEGVIEVE V. 
San Antonio, Texas 

DOWNER, ALBERT D. 
Beaumont, Texas 



DUERSON, DELORES 
Harlingen, Texas 

EATON, GLENDALE 
Palestine, Texas 

EDDINS, ABBIE C. 
Georgetown, Texas 



FAIN, HELEN MARIE 
Dallas, Texas 

EVANS, GERTRUDE L. 
Georgetown, Texas 

EICHELBERGER, PHYLLIS 
Chapman Ranch, 'Texas 



FERGUSON, BENJAMIN F. 
Galveston, Texas 

FARRIS, DOROTHY N. 
Georgetown, Texas 

FARMER, JOSEPH C, JR. 
Gonzales, Texas 



FOGG, MARIE 
Diboll, Texas 

FOGG, FREDDYE F. 
Diboll, Texas 

FLORES, JESUS RODOLFO 
El Paso, Texas 



FREEMAN, WORTH MEREE 
Amarillo, Texas 

DENSON, JACK M. 
Poteet, Texas 

FRANCIS, JAMES A. 
El Paso, Texas 




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FURLONG, NALETTE W. 
Houston, Texas 

KIRKPATRICK, WILLIAM 
Mission, Texas 

GARRETT, GLORIA 
Houston, Texas 



GARRETT, OLAN JAMES 
Denton, Texas 

GATLIN, LEROY 
San Antonio, Texas 

GEE, MARGARET 
Houston, Texas 



GHISELIN, ELIZABETH 
Houston, Texas 

GLARNER, JEAN 

Raymondville, Texas 

GLUECK, ALLEN ALVIN 
Eagle Lake, Texas 



GORDON, GLORIA 
Louise, Texas 

GREEN, DORIS 
Amarillo, Texas 



GREEN, JAMES H. 
Buckeye, Arizona 



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HAAS, RUTHERFORD E. 
Victoria, Texas 

GRUENEWALD, SARA FRANCIS 
Fort Worth, Texas 



GRIFFIN, ALLENE 
Nixon, Texas 



HAMNER, JOHN TOE 
Houston, Texas 

HALLORAN, PRISCILLA 
Houston, Texas 

HAHN, DOROTHY A. 
Fredericksburg, Texas 



HARRELL, JOE G. 
Port Neches, Texas 

HARDT, ANNABELLE 
Edinburg, Texas 

HANNA, WILLIAM H, JR. 
Iuka, Miss. 



HART, MARY D. 
Jasper, Texas 

HARRINGTON, RICHARD A. 
Angleton, Texas 

HARRELL, VAUGHN 
Appleby, Texas 





HATCH, BOBBY LEE 
El Paso, Texas 

HEATLY, IDA BETH 
Palestine, Texas 



HEDRICK, PEGGY 
Corpus Christi, Texas 



HEEP, BOONE H. 
Buda, Texas 



HENSLEY, RUTH E. 
Goliad, Texas 

HERMAN, ELIZABETH 
Port Jervis, N.Y. 



HILL, VIRGINIA 
Laredo, Texas 



HOCKER, CLAUDE OTTO 
Dallas, Texas 

HOLLEY, ALLEN C. 
Houston, Texas 



HOLMES, ROSEMARY 
Nixon, Texas 

HOLTZ, MILDRED L. 
Dallas, Texas 



HORNER, JO L. 

San Antonio, Texas 



HUDNALL, JACK P. 
Albuquerque, N.M. 

HOWARD, ADDIE JANE 
Driftwood, Texas 

HOVEL, WILLIAM G., JR. 
San Antonio, Texas 



JACKSON, MARY J. 
Anahuac, Texas 

ISBELL, MARGARET A. 
Cameron, Texas 

HUTCHISON, ELIZABETH J. 
Houston, Texas 



JASPERSON, THEODORE E. 
Edmburq, Texas 

JAMISON, SARA 

Raymondville, Texas 

JAMES, BLAIR 

Corpus Christi, Texas 



JONES, CLARENCE J., JR. 
Georqetown, Texas 

JOHNSON, KATHERINE 
Abilene, Texas 

JENSON, JUNE K. 
Coolidqe, Texas 



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KEEN, ROBERT H. 
Beaumont, Texas 

KELLEY, RUBY L. 
Sabinal, Texas 



KELLEY, WILLIAM PAUL 
Houston, Texas 



KING, WILLIAM 
Pasadena, Texas 

KNOX, ZACHIE 
Houston, Texas 



LATCH, BILLY FORD 
Cisco, Texas 



LAWSON, DOROTHY HELEN 
Austin, Texas 

LIGON, WALTER 
Llano, Texas 

LIPPS, BILLYE L. 
Beeville, Texas 



LOSH, MARTHA 
McAllen, Texas 

LOYKASEK, ROSELEE 
Granger, Texas 

LUSK, ERNEST 
Tomball, Texas 



McHARG, MARGIE 
Fort Worth, Texas 

McGINNIS, WILMER 
Houston, Texas 

McCULLOUGH, HARRIET 
Texas City, Texas 



McLAIN, BOBBY 
Nacogdoches, Texas 

McKIVETT, BETTY 
Houston, Texas 

McILROY, JOE 
Amarillo, Texas 



MARSH, LUGHER 
Lewisburg, Tenn. 

MANNING, THOMAS MARION 
Mart, Texas 

MACKEY, PATRICIA 
Austin, Texas 



MATHEWS, HARVEY T. 
Alpine, Texas 

MASON, BETTYE JO 
Corpus Christi, Texas 

MARSHALL, MARY LEE 
Conroe, Texas 




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MEIER, LUCILLE 
Glendale, Ariz. 



MILES, L. ALLAN 
Perkins, Oklahoma 

MILLS, EMILY F. 
Waco, Texas 



MILNER, MARY PAPE 
Deland, Fla. 

MOFFITT, JAMES ROLAND 
Dallas, Texas 

MOHLE, CORNELIA 
Houston, Texas 



MOORE, DONNA 
Vernon, Texas 



MOORE, WILLIAM 
Karnes City, Texas 

MOORE, ZACK 

Georgetown, Texas 



MORGAN, JOHN 
Amarillo, Texas 

MORRIS, PATSY 
' Bastrop, T exas 



MURPHY, JOVEDA 
Goose Creek, Texas 






NELSON, BERNICE 
Cleburne, Texas 

MUSCHINK, DOROTHY 
Giddings, Texas 

MURRAY, ROBERT 
Britton, Oklahoma 



ORR, JOHN 
Waxahachie, Texas 

ORESCHNIGG, WALTER 
Georgetown, Texas 

NICHOLSON, NOLL M. 
Fort Stockton, Texas 



PALMER, MARTHA 
Georgetown, Texas 



OXFORD, JUNE 
Mission, Texas 

OUTLAW, ZORA 
Post, Texas 



PATTON, JOHN 
Dallas, Texas 

PATTERSON, SUE 
Georgetown, Texas 

PALMER, MARY VIRGINIA 
Georgetown, Texas 








PEACE, THELMA 
Mission, Texas 

PENA, MARIO LARA 
Laredo, Texas 

PERCY, CALVIN 
Honah, Texas 



PHILLIPS, DONALD 
Kansas City, Kan. 

POTEET, RALPH 
Waco, Texas 



PRESSLY, FRANCES 
San Antonio, Texas 



PUTTER, ROBERT 
Dallas, Texas 



RAFFERTY, JAMES 
Floydada, Texas 

RAMBIE, GUY 

San Antonio, Texas 



REDDICK, MARIANNE 
Houston, Texas 

REDKEY, MARJORIE 
Houston, Texas 

RICHARDS, JUANITA 
Waco, Texas 



ROBINSON, BEVERLY 
Houston, Texas 

RITCHESON, JACKSIE 
Houston, Texas 

RIEMENSCHNEIDER, HENRY, 
Yoakum, Texas 



ROGERS, JACK 
Llano, Texas 

ROGERS, ELLA JEAN 
Leona, Texas 

RODGERS, LA VERNE 
Houston, Texas 



RUTHSTROM, WALTER 
Houston, Texas 

ROWELL, CHESTER 
Austin, Texas 

ROSENE, PAULINE 
Georgetown, Texas 



SCHMUDLACK, RALPH 
San Antonio, Texas 



SARTOR, LAURA 
Humble, Texas 

SALLEY, ALGER 
Wharton, Texas 





SCHNEIDER, RICHARD 
Irving, Texas 

SEALY, A. B. 
Snyder, Texas 



SHAW, DAVID 
Lovington, N.M. 



SHELTON, ALNEY 
Houston, Texas 

SHEPPARD, JOSEPH 
Cuero, Texas 



SHOCKLEY, HAROLD 
San Antonio, Texas 



SHOLARS, BETH 
Orange, Texas 

SIMON, RALPH 
Iraan, Texas 



SMITH, ALVIN 
Denton, Texas 



SMITH, BILLY MACK 
Gorman, Texas 

SMITH, CHARLSIE 
Houston, Texas 

SMITH, CLAYTON 
Oceano, Cal. 






SNEED, BETTY 
Galena Park, Texas 

SMITH, MELVIN 
Freeport, Texas 

SMITH, LAURALEE 
Houston, Texas 



STEVIC, WILLIAM WAYNE, JR. 
Marshallville, Ohio 

SOBEY, FRANK 

San Antonio, Texas 

SNOW, BENJAMIN 
Visalis, Cal. 



STRASBURGER, WINFREY 
Temple, Texas 

STONE, ELLIOTT 
Georgetown, Texas 

STEWART, CHARLES 
Mayer, Ariz. 



SWITZER, VIRGINIA 
Houston, Texas 

STUART, DOROTHY 
Houston, Texas 

STRICKLAND, REUBEN 
Marshall, Texas 





TACOUARD, ANNA 
San Antonio, Texas 

TEEL, ALMOR 
Electra, Texas 



THARP, BARBARA 
Dallas, Texas 



TIPPETT, JANICE 
Port Arthur, Texas 

TODD, LOUIS MASON 
Albany, Texas 



TORBETT, DOROTHY GENE 
Harlingen, Texas 



TOWLER, DAPHNA 
Goose Creek, Texas 

TRAMMELL, MARY JANE 
Houston, Texas 

TURNER, JAY 
El Paso, Texas 



TURNER, RUTH 
Houston, Texas 



UNDERWOOD, JAMES 
Corpus Christi, Texas 

WILSON, AMOS 

Chapman Ranch, Texas 



WALL, JAMES 
Dallas, Texas 

WALKER, ROBERT EARL 
Houston, Texas 

WALKER, BETTY 
Beaumont, Texas 



WARE, PATRICIA 
Austin, Texas 

WARD, JOYCELYN 
San Saba, Texas 

WALLACE, LINDA 
Corpus Christi, Texas 



WELCH, RICHARD 
San Benito, Texas 

WAUGH, MARTHA 
Taylor, Texas 

WATTS, MARY ELIZABETH 
Houston, Texas 



WHITEHEAD, EUNICE 
Georgetown, Texas 

WESTKAEMPER, RICHARD 
San Antonio, Texas 

WEST, JAMES 
Houston, Texas 








WHITE, PATRICIA 
Houston, Texas 



WILSON, LAURENCE 
Rosenberg, Texas 



WINSAUER, EVELYN 
Mathis, Texas 



WOODRUFF, VIRGINIA 
Gatesville, Texas 



WOOLLS, GRACE 
Hondo, Texas 



YORK, ANN 
Littlefield, Texas 



YORK, TOMMY JEAN 
Del Rio, Texas 



YOUNG, HOWARD 
Olney, Texas 



CANNAN, MARY LEE 
Port Arthur, Texas 



BABB, LYDA LOUISE 
Rocksprings, Texas 



HART MARY SUE 
Austin, Texas 

CEIRCO, DOROTHY JEANETTE 
Houston, Texas 



JENNINGS, JO ANN 
Corpus Christi, Texas 



HILL, BARBARA 
El Paso, Texas 



MOODY, MARILYN 
Houston, Texas 

MURRAY, BERNICE ESTELLE 
Houston, Texas 




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STAFF 

Lois Anne Schnctbel . . . .' Editor-in-Chief 

Frances Lunsford Associate Editor 

John Score Poetry Editor 

ASSISTANTS 
Speedy Collier T. W. Renfroe 

Eloise Dickenson Lauralee Smith 

Rutherford Haas Cora Alice Taylor 

Jo Lorraine Horner Betty Pat Warthen 

John Morgan Polly Watts 

EDITORS IN ABSENTIA 

Dick Wilson Dick Warthen 

Roger Busfield, Jr. 



THE SOUTHWESTERN MAGAZINE is a monthly publication composed of the literary efforts of the 
students and ex-students of this campus. In it may be found poems, short stories, articles, regular col- 
umns, and cartoons. An active and working staff put their heads together to ponder and eventually 
decide on the best contributions to produce this magazine of the campus. 



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Alyce Moerner Editor-in-Chief 

Corinne Bethea Assistant Editor 

Pat Mackey Sports Editor 

Betty Jean Collier Art Editor 

Peggy Hedrick Assistant Art Editor 

George Bean Photography Editor 

G. B. Wolcott Faculty Advisor 

ASSISTANTS 

Vera Anderegg Mary E. Francis 

Sue Bethany Jane Hallauer 

Nancy Cannell Mary Doris Hart 

Lou Corbell Delia Mae Pepper 

Ray Croker Linda Wallace 

Jean Curtwright Betty Pat Warthen 




From the beginning of this year the staff of the SOU'WESTER has been working to bring you 
this yearbook. As the school year gradually draws to a climax, the SOU'WESTER goes to press to 
present to its readers a pictorial review of student life and the history, the membership, and the purpose 
of the various organizations. 







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STAFF 

Editor Mary Kay Wise 

Associate Editor Cece Aycock 

Sports Editor Don Bogle 

Society Editor ' . . . . Camille Kay 

Feature Editor Pat Mackey 

News Editor Buster Haas 

REPORTERS 



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Dot Cross 
Mary Sue Hart 
Jo Horner 
Kay Johnson 
Tom Manning 



Kay Maurice 
Cornelia Mohle 
Bill Nesbitt 
Martha Palmer 
Pat Ware 
Betty Pat Warthen 



The pride and joy of Southwestern is its outstanding newspaper, the MEGAPHONE, which repre- 
sents within its pages each week the events of note that occur on the campus and elsewhere. The 
staff has worked hard in getting the low-down on various campus activities and selecting choice and 
original material for each edition. The MEGAPHONE affords an outlet for all persons interested in Jour- 
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The purpose of the Student Christian Association is the promotion of a well rounded program of 
religious activities on the campus of Southwestern University, and the opening of vistas to all for indi- 
vidual growth through fellowship, worship, and service. 

Throughout the year the Association has sponsored prominent speakers, worship services, weekly 
vespers, and recreation in the form of brush burnings, picnics, carnivals. Each semester the cabinet 
holds a retreat at which plans are made for the following period. These include such undertakings as 
the painting of a house, Christmas caroling, community singing, assembly programs, and interracial 
discussions. 







CABINET 

President Jean Hallauer 

Vice-President Walter Vanderpool 

Secretary Emma Stoker 

Committee Chairmen: 

Community Service Harold Goodenough 

World Friendship Ernest Dewald 

Worship ~ Elaine Ehlert 

Recreation Mary Kay Wise 

Personal Contact Bill Harrison 

Deputations Linnea Bergquist 

Publicity Bob Metzger 

N.C.A Jim Green 

Director of Student Activities Homer Cox 



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LEFT TO RIGHT: Feagin, Colca, Babasin, Byers, Fogg, Torbett, Howard, Duerson. 



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SEATED: Byers, Colca, Torbett, Howard, Babasin, Feagin, Duerson, Williams, Cress, Isbell, Stearns, Fogg. 
STANDING: Holley, Jenson, Tacquard, Hart, Shaw, Brannen, Crow, Underwood, Teel, O'Donnell, Nesbitt, Bigelow. 



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FIRST ROW: Wallace, Peace, Sneed, Gardner. 

SECOND ROW: Ryan, Lipps, Glarner, Hamner, Brannen. 

THIRD ROW: Mason, Milner, Hedrick, Cannell, Munson. 

FOURTH ROW: Morris, Carsner, Richards, Riemenschneider, Ligon, Shaw. 

ACCOMPANIST: Linnea Bergquist DIRECTOR: Dean Meyer 



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FIRST ROW: Mason, Ramsel, Munson, Towler, Smith, Hagopian, Lipps, Glarner, Knox, Heck, Wallace. 
SECOND ROW: Richards, Bethany, Wise, Chandler, Ryan, Rives, Maurice, Hull, Shelton, Bode, Zinc, Oxford. 
THIRD ROW: Hedrick, Babasin, Green, Carsner, Horner, Morris, Fogg, Sexton, Simon, Bethea. 



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LEFT TO RIGHT: Downer, Sneed, Appleton, Donald, Harrison 



Due to war-time travel restrictions, the debate squad participated in only two tournaments this year. 
At the Trinity University tournament in December, Phyllis Appleton and Genevieve Donald placed sec- 
ond in the Junior Division. A. D. Downer placed second in Aiter-Dinner Speaking. 

At the tournament held in San Marcos, sponsored by S.W.T.S.T.C., Jean Hallauer and A. D. Downer 
placed first in debate; Phyllis Appleton first in Poetry Reading and A. D. first in After-Dinner Speaking. 



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President 

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Vice-President 

Rogelio Salinas 
Secretary-Treasurer 

Corinne Bethea 





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President 

Charles Bryan 
Vice-President 

L. E. Bogle 
Secretary-Treasurer 

Corinne Bethea 





FIRST ROW: Allen, Anderegg, Bethea, Bogle, Borders, Bryan, Culpepper. 
SECOND ROW: Dickinson, Easley, Ehlert, Feaster, Green, Harding, Hedrick. 
THIRD ROW: Henley, Mackey, Metzger, Parnell, Richardson, Robinson. 
FOURTH ROW: Salibo, Salinas, Sisserson, Stewart, Underwood, White, Wools. 



The Senate is the governing board of the Student's Association. Its membership is made up of 
student senators representing each class. It is the duty of the Senate to encourage school spirit, to 
nominate candidates for all school elections and to perform the usual duties of a legislative organiza- 
tion. 

This year the Senate and the Student Association adopted a constitution. It sponsored several all- 
school functions and many student assembly programs. 





FIRST ROW: Adams, Bergquist, Francis, King, Moerer, Perry. 

SECOND ROW: Roper, Score, Sholars, St. Clair, Storm, Switzer. 

THIRD ROW: Vanderpool, Wallace, Wallace, Fairbanks, Ferguson, Howard. 



OFFICERS 

President Walter Harrison Vanderpool 

Vice-President Mary Elizabeth Francis 

Secretary-Treasurer Elva Linnea Bergquist 

Faculty Sponsor Dr. Claud Howard 

Faculty Advisors Dean Ruth Ferguson, Prof. Gordon Fairbanks 



The Alpha Chi is Southwestern's chapter of the national collegiate honor society and is the mother 
chapter of this honorary fraternity. The purpose of Alpha Chi is to stimulate, develop, and recognize schol- 
arship and those elements of character which make scholarship effective. Its members are elected from 
among the top ranking tenth of the junior and senior classes. 

Several meetings were held throughout the year. In January the members held a formal reception 
at the home of Dr. J. N. R. Score in honor of Emily Kimbrough, well known authoress. 



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FIRST ROW: Allen, Bergquist, Bethea, Borders, Bratton, Busfield. 
SECOND ROW: Dodson, Henry, Hallauer, King, McFarland, Moerner. 
THIRD ROW: Perry, Roper, Schnabel, Score, Switzer, Wallace, Zellick. 



Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities was organized to give recognition to the outstand- 
ing students on the college and university campuses throughout the United States. A committee composed 
of the faculty selected the members from Southwestern. Eligibility is based upon the student's character, 
scholarship, honors attained and the extra-curricular activities in which the student participated. Each per- 
son's biography will appear in the book titled, "Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities." 



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FIRST ROW: Adams, Barber, Beaver, Bell, Blackman, Borders, Bracht, Brown, Burford, Colca. 
SECOND ROW: Dunson, Evins, Francis, Henley, Huffhines, Johnston, King, Metzger, Moerner, Paul. 
THIRD ROW: Pinedo, Purcell, Reichenstein, Richardson, Roberts, St. Clair, Score, Sholars, Smith, Storm. 
FOURTH ROW: Vanderpool, Vogt, Wallace, Yanch, Zweiner, Fox, Hester, Lukes, McNeill, Medley. 
FIFTH ROW: Mendenhall, Neas, Riley, Schmidt, Score, Thompson, Ullrich, Wagner, Williams, Wright. 



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OFFICERS 

President John Score 

Vice-President Peggy Beaver 

Secretary-Treasurer Lila Ruth Bell 



Pi Gamma Mu is a national social science honor society, the object of which is to promote extended 
activity toward the solution of all human problems. Any officer, member of the teaching staff, alum- 
nus, graduate student, senior or junior whose chief work and interest is in the social sciences, whose 
scholarship is high and who manifests special aptitude in social science is eligible for membership. 

Monthly meetings were held, at which time there was a program and refreshments. This year the 
organization acted as sponsor for the Wilbur J. Barnett Peace Prize. 



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FIRST ROW: Abadie, Adkins, Bogle, Boren, Burkett, Cannell, Daily, Dempsey, Dickinson. 

SECOND ROW: Francis, Francis, Hallauer, Hardt, McCullough, McCreless, McGee, McKee, Merchant. 

THIRD ROW: Morgan, Percy, Schultz, Score, Shaw, Stasney, Strickland, Thompson. 

FOURTH ROW: Tyson, Westkaemper, Wallace, Underwood, Bigelow, Culbertson, Cummings, Fairbanks, 

Friesen. 
FIFTH ROW: Godbey, Hayes, Jones, Marsh, Medley, Patterson, Ullrich, Whitmore, Wilcox, Wolcott. 



The Southwestern Science Society is an organization of advanced students who have certain schol- 
arship qualifications. One advanced course in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, or Mathematics is required, 
and a second course in one of these subjects must be in progress. The purpose of the society is the pro- 
motion of the scientific spirit in the lives of individuals. Regular monthly meetings are held for programs 
and business. The society is very active locally, and also attempts the advancement of science in the 
State. This organization is affiliated with the Texas Academy of Science and with the American Asso- 
ciation for the Advancement of Science. 



OFFICERS 

President Bernice Wallace 

Secretary Eloise Dickinson 

Treasurer Grace Ann McCreless 




FIRST ROW: Abbott, Anding, Bonner, Carroll, Colca, Coleman, Comin, Cooper, Cruse, Curtwright. 
SECOND ROW: Davis, Dee, Dickenson, Fain, Furlong, Goen, Gordon, Grayson, Griffin, Gruenwald. 
THIRD ROW: Halleron, Hahn, Hart, Henley, Holmes, Jamison, Jenson, Kelly, Krentel, Little. 
FOURTH ROW: Losh, McKivett, McLean, Meier, Moerner, Moore, Palmer, Palmer, Paul, Payne, Pranglin. 
FIFTH ROW: Rives, Robinson, Rogers, Shelton, Storm, Strausburger, Ward, Waugh, Woolls, York, Young. 



OFFICERS 

President Rose Marie Colca 

Vice-President June Jenson 

Secretary • . Lucy Meier 

Treasurer Mrs. Lela Cooper 



The Home Economics Club was organized to stimulate interest in home economics. Any girl who 
takes home economics or is interested in that field may join. The group meets twice a month for a 
program and refreshments. The programs are based upon the different phases of home economics and 
usually consist of demonstrations or short talks. 



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FIRST ROW: Barcus, Bethany, Comin, Crider, Ehlert, Gardner, Glarrier, Hardt. 
SECOND ROW: Heatly, Hill, Howard, James, McHarg, Moerner, Morris, Oxford. 
THIRD ROW: Palmer, Palmer, Parnell, Phillips, Richardson, St. Clair, Sholars, Sholars. 
FOURTH ROW: Tidwell, Vogt, Walker, Walthal, Ware, Wools, Wools, Morgan. 



OFFICERS 

President Henry Fulcher 

Vice-President Ernest Howard 

Secretary Glenna Gardiner 

Sponsor Lucy Belle Morgan 

The Pan-American Forum was organized to promote, to stimulate, and to develop interest in the 
Spanish language. Its members are composed of those students who maintain a high average and inter- 
est in the language. Quarterly meetings are held and a program is presented in Spanish. The club 
also sends delegates to the state convention in Austin. 



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FIRST ROW: Bergquist, Bethea, Bigelow, Bowden, Carsner. 
SECOND ROW: Feagin, Heck, Hagopian, Meyers, Morgan. 
' THIRD ROW: Munson, Pranglin, Wise, Zink. 



The Mozart Society is an honorary society in the School of Music. Students qualify for membership 
by successful performance of classical selections and by general excellence in their work. The group 
presents public programs semi-annually. 








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FIRST ROW: Bryan, Cox, Davis, Dewald, Featherston 

SECOND ROW: Goodenough, Harrison, Howard, Leediker, Louden, McGee. 

THIRD ROW: Metzger, Score, Sneed, Teel, Vanderpool, Williams. 

OFFICERS 

President E. O. Dewald 

Vice-President T. C. McGee 

Secretary Homer Cox 

The Ministerial Association is an organization of the student ministers who have as their goal the 
advancement of the church through a life of service to humanity. This association meets each week in a 
business and devotional session. The members preach each Sunday in different churches in and near 
Georgetown. 



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Secretary Lois Ann Schnabel' ^ 

Treasurer Harold Harding 

Sponsor Mr. Angus Springer 




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Mask and Wig, campus play-producing organization, has a membership of nearly 100 students, all 
of whom participate in some phase of play production, including acting, directing, stage management, 
scene design and construction, stagecrew, properties, lighting, costume, makeup, and business. 

Below: A thrilling scene from "Double Door." Harold Harding (Mr. Neff), Howard Young (Rip Van 
Bret), Elaine Ehlert (Ann Darrow), Dixie Larsen (Caroline Van Bret), Tom McGee (Dr. Sully), Beth Heath/ 
(Victoria Van Bret). 




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During the past year, Mask and Wig has produced two major plays: "Outward Bound," by Sut- 
ton Vane, September 28-29, 1944; and "Double Door," by Elizabeth McFadden, February 8-9, 1945. As 
the annual goes to press, two plays are in rehearsal: "Watch on the Rhine," by Lillian Hellman; and 
"The Curse of an Aching Heart," by Herbert E. Swayne. These will be produced on May 16 and 24 
respectively. 

Below: A tense moment in "Outward Bound." Harold Harding (Mr. Lingley), Lorraine Rupp (Mrs. 
Midget), Richard Wathen (Rev. Duke), Roger Busfield (Tom Pryor), Howard Young (Henry), Dot Perry 
(Ann), Mandy Lou King (Mrs. Cliveden-Banks). 





SOCIAL COUNCIL 



FIRST ROW: Bell, Lila Ruth; Bratton, Morris; Ehlert, Elaine; Francis, Mary E. 
SECOND ROW: Goodenough, Harold; King, Mandy Lou; Larsen, Dixie; McGee, Tom. 
THIRD ROW: Reichenstein, Jean; Shaw, David; Stoker, Emma Ruth; Wilkinson, Curt. 



The independent students on the campus, working through a social council elected each semester, 
carry on an active program of social functions. Picnics, dances, formals, and programs are held fre- 
quently. The group also subscribes to worthy causes such as war bond drives, Red Cross, and infantile 
paralysis funds. 














FIRST ROW: Allen, Bethea, Borders, Curtwright, Dickinson. 
SECOND ROW: Edens, Hallauer, Harding, Henry, Johnston. 
THIRD ROW: Orr, Pitts, Shockly, Stewart. 



OFFICERS 

President Jewel Borders 

Secretary Peggy Johnston 



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FIRST ROW: Appleton, Baker, Bethany, Birklebach, Blackman, Boyd, Brabham, Brabham. 

SECOND ROW: Brown, Cannell, Coleman, Collier, Dolan, Dolan, Duerson, Dunson. 

THIRD ROW: Edwards, Farris, Feaster, Gee, Goostree, Hallauer, Hallauer, Hart, Heck. 

FOURTH ROW: Hedrick, Henderson, Hensley, Herman, Horner, Jackson, Johnston, Lancaster, Lawson. 




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FIRST ROW: Lunsford, Mason, Moerner, Munson, Mutschink, Overton, Patterson, Perry. 
SECOND ROW: Pressley, Purcell, Quillen, Richardson, Ritcheson, Rodgers, Schnabel, Sexton. 
THIRD ROW: Smith, Sneed, Sneed, Stuart, Switzer, Torbett, Towns, Tyson, Vlha. 
FOURTH ROW: Walker, Wallace, Wallace, Ware, Warthen, Watts, Wilson, Wise, Yanch. 

OFFICERS 

President Jean Hallauer 

Vice-President Lois Anne Schnabel 

Secretary • • Dorothy Perry 

Treasurer Billie Ruth Brown 




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FIRST ROW: Barth, Bogle, Bracht, Cates, Collins, Franklin, Glueck, Henry. 
SECOND ROW: Holley, Merchant, Moffit, O'Donnell, Orr, Parnell, Patton, Phillips. 
THIRD ROW: Pickard, Pena, Rabb, Reed, Salinas, Schneider, Sherwill, Spencer. 
FOURTH ROW: Todd, Tooley, Tooley, Underwood, Waller, Webb, Wilson. 

OFFICERS 

President Pat Henry 

Vice-President John Orr 

Secretary John Parnell 

Treasurer Dick Tooley 

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FIRST ROW: Adams, Allen, Anderegg, Barkley, Beaver, Carroll, Carroll, Charlton, Comin. 
SECOND ROW: Cooper, Curtwright, Easley, Evans, Fisher, Gardiner, Griffin, Halloran, Howard. 
THIRD ROW: Holmes, Hull, Hutchinson, Jackson, Jenson, Johnson, Knox, Lipps, Little. 
FOURTH ROW: Losh, Loykasek, Meier, Moore, Morris, Redwine, Robinson, Rogers, Sholars, Sholars. 
FIFTH ROW: Silliman, Slover, Smith, St. Clair, Storm, Walker, Ward, Waugh, Wools, Wools. 



OFFICERS 

President Gloria Allen 

1st Vice-President Jean Sholars 

2nd Vice-President Dorothy Wools 

Secretary Annette Carroll 

Treasurer Virginia St. Clair 




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FIRST ROW: Aycock, Boren, Brannen, Craig, Dixon, Dodson, Flores, Francis. 
SECOND ROW: Hatch, Heep, Horner, Hovel, Arndt, Bowen, Keen, Leary. 
THIRD ROW: Lusk, Mathews, Salley, Schiesswohl, Shockley, Moreland, Smith, Rambie. 
FOURTH ROW: Stewart, Stewart, Tipton, Turner, Wathal, Williams, Willis, Zweiner. 

OFFICERS 

G.M Roy Stewart 

G.P Bob Hatch 

G.M.C H. D. Shockley 

G.S Brad Stewart 

G.T Jim Francis 

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FIRST ROW: Anderson, Anding, Barber, Barcus, Berry, Bethea, Bowden, Bryson. 
SECOND ROW: Burford, Cain, Cohen, Colca, Davis, Dee, Dickenson, Easley. 
THIRD ROW: Furlong, Henley, Holtz, Isbell, Knox, McCreless, Moses, Murphy. 
FOURTH ROW: Nance, Oxford, Paul, Pranglin, Reddick, Rives, Roberts, Smith, Strasburger. 
FIFTH ROW: Tippett, Towler, Tumlinson, Vickers, Vogt, Westerman, Woodruff, Young, Zinc. 

OFFICERS 

President Corinne Bethea 

Vice-President Yvonne Cain 

Treasurer Marilyn Moses 

Secretary Evelyn Pranglin 




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FIRST ROW: Allen, Carter, Caruth, Crider, Grimes, Harding, Howard. 
SECOND ROW: Jones, Leedicker, Mathews, Pitts, Raguse, Scharfen, Score. 
THIRD ROW: Sneed, Speetzen, Stone, Switzer, Sylva, Way. 
FOURTH ROW: Wilen, Willis, Wilson, Wobber, Young, Zellick. 

OFFICERS 

President Harold Harding 

Treasurer Bob Sneed 

Secretary Buddy Grimes 

Pledge Master Stanford Pitts 



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FIRST ROW: Abbot, Bartlett, Berry, Berry, Bonner, Borders, Carter, Chandler. 
SECOND ROW: Courtney, Cruse, Cruse, Dungan, Eddins, Edens, Eichleberger, Frede. 
THIRD ROW: Glarner, Goen, Gordon, Green, Grimes, Jamison, Johnson, Mackey. 
FOURTH ROW: Maurice, Mohle, Mayes, Mayes, McCullough, McKivett, Palmer, Palmer. 
FIFTH ROW: Phillips, Richards, Simons, Sisserson, Sistrunk, Stinson, Taylor. 

OFFICERS 

President . . Jewel Borders 

Vice-President Ethel Mayes 

Secretary Josephine Bartlett 

Treasurer Cora Alice Taylor 



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Yards gained passing 


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First downs 


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110 


Passes attempted 


150 


191 


Passes completed 


63 


79 


Punt average 


62 


66 


Penalties 


68 


39 


Yards lost penalties 


691 


364 


Fumbles 


36 


40 


Fumbles recovered 


43 


33 



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LEFT TO RIGHT: McDonald, Ellis, Flores, Franklin. 
DOWN: Mayes, Latch, Hughes, Harrell. 




Southwestern started out the season by running the score up to 32-6 
over the Galveston Army Air Field. The next week the Pirates went to 
Louisiana to beat Louisiana Tech 26-0 at Ruston. 







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LEFT TO RIGHT: Leary, Means, Poteet, Smith. 
DOWN: Harrell, Bare, Bratton, Cleavenger. 



Playing the Texas Longhoms in Austin, the Pirates lost to them 20-0, 
making the first loss of the season. 





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LEFT TO RIGHT: Rabb, Blomquist, Dailey, Ulrey. 
DOWN: Blodzinski, Dewald, Franklin, Lusk. 




At a muddy night game, the Pirates won again. This time the opponent, 
John Tarleton, lost 19-0. 






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LEFT TO RIGHT: Hand, Sneed, Merchant, Welch. 
DOWN: Westkaemper, Taylor, George, McFarland. 



There was a penalty on this play of the S. M. U. game which Southwestern 
lost by a small margin. The score was 15-16. The Pirates went on a winning 
spree for the next three consecutive games. The score against N. T. A. C. was 
39-7; Texas Tech lost 21-19; while Southwestern beat S. P. A. A. F. 21-6. 





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LEFT TO RIGHT: Salley, Nowland, Moore, Blackwell. 
DOWN: Croker, Hill, Chase, Oreschnigg. 



Overpowered by stronger teams, S. U. lost to Tulsa University 6-51. The 
following week the Randolph Field Ramblers rolled over Southwestern 0-54. 
Pictured below is a play from the Rice game which the Owls beat us 7-18. 







On January 1, 1945, the Southwestern Pirates successfully 
defended the Sun Bowl championship against the contestors, the 
University of Mexico Pumas. The Pirates made an impressive 
win over the outweighed, outgamed Pumas by a score of 35-0. 

The game was held in El Paso at the Kidd Stadium on New 
Year's Day. The Pirates set two precedents: that of making the 
highest score ever made in the Sun Bowl and of being the first 
repeating champion to play there. 



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FRONT ROW: Bowen, Butschek, Salibo. Francis. 

SECOND ROW: McLain, manager; Hovel, Cress, Ivey, Patton, Bean, manager. 

THIRD ROW: Ulrey, Bare, Stewart, Cohen. 






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The Pirates began the basketball season by bowing before Texas, Camp 
Bowie, and Blackland Army Air Field. Putting up a grueling fight, the Pirates 
came out the victors over Kelly Field by the close margin of 55-53. Losing 
again, this time to McCloskey, the S. U. five then began a winning spree. 
Bergstrom, S. M. A. A. F., and Kelly Field became the victims of the South- 
western cagers. 



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The game against McCloskey became another loss to the Pirates' books. 
This completed their basketball season in which they made a remarkable 
recovery from the first games' disappointments. 

Butschek and Salibo distinguished themselves by vying for the honor of- 
high point man at each game. 

Salibo was named in the Blackland Army Air Field's All-Opponent Team. 





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BASEBALL SQUAD 

FIRST ROW: McLain, Manager; Salibo, Hamric, Brechtel, Rabb, Merchant, White, Cox, Casner, Manager. 
SECOND ROW: Cohen, Wainscott, Allen, Horner, Means, Blodzinski. 
THIRD ROW: Ulrey, Stone, Bowen, Francis, Flores, Berry, Coach. 



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Starting the baseball season for the Pirates was 
the opener with the Aggies. Southpaw Ward Cox 
held the Aggies to six hits and three runs to allow 
a win by the Pirates of 4 to 3. 

The Aggies return engagement here resulted in 
our defeat of 9 to 2. Ulrey pitched and Allen re- 
placed him in the 7th inning. 

The following day the Pirates made a spectacular 
win. In the last half of the 9th inning, the score 
stood 3-1, Aggie's favor! After letting 3 pass for 
balls, Frank Means hit 13 fouls before knocking 
one over the right field fence. The final score was 
4-3. 



Francis comes in home as Stone goes around first. 



The day after the Aggie game, the Pirates jour- 
neyed to Austin to be beaten by Texas, 20-5. Three 
games in succession proved too much for the Pirates. 
The first four innings looked hopeful; but Ulrey' s arm 
tired and Allen, less experienced, couldn't hold back 
the Longhorns. 

Seemingly in a rut, the Pirates lost the next game 
to San Marcos Army Air Field by the sum of 12 
to Southwestern' s 1. 




Rabb, running capless, is put out at first. 




A game with Texas was rained out, but South- 
western's prospects did not look too good. 

A decisive 13 to 7 win was obtained by the Pirates 
in a game with McClosky. 

Again the SMAAF ex-professionals vanquished the 
scrappy Pirates 9 to 1. 

As this goes to press, the season has not yet been 
completed with three more games slated. 



Blodzinski catching. 






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'Lefty" throws a fast one. 






Southpaw at bat. 



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PARTICIPANTS 

100-Yard Dash 

Arndt 
Williamson 

Shot Put 

Dick Hand 
Bruce Franklin 

Javelin Throw 
Cece Aycock 

Discus Throw- 
Means 
Hogan 

High Jump 

White 
Underwood 

Relays (440) 

Arndt 
Boren 
Williams 
Hatch 

Sprint Medley (440, 220, 

Cleavenger 
Arndt 
Cain 
Teel 

Mile Relay 

Lusk 

Matthews 
Cleavenger 
Aycock 




White 




Underwood 



Getting a late start in the season, the inexperienced Pirate tracksters did 
not accomplish in the Texas Relays what they were capable of. Due to trans- 
portation difficulties, Pittman's thinly-clads were unable to go to any far- 
distant meets in preparation for the Relays at Ausin. 



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Enjoy the sunshine while you may, Beverly 

Now we know the awful truth! 
The judges seem pleased with their choice 






Those A D Pi's are at it again 

And what is your problem? 

Some Southern Gentlemen 

Did Southwestern do this? 

Pepsodent! ! (paid ad) 

Oh Frankie! (Swoon) 

Get on the other side, Sister. 

Be careful what you sign 

Taking life easy 

Three sad sacks from Sad Sack Shack 

Snyder's contribution to S. U. 

Happy aren't they? 



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Evelyn at the keys 

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Phi Mu's at ease 

Maids of melody 

Could this be Mr. Harwood! 

The boys have nothing on us 

Princess Peggy 

There were four pretty girls — 

Dimples 

Applause for the Pirates 

Late again 

Study hour (?) 





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B.A..B.D. 

English 



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Dean of Westminster . 

B.A., B.D., B.S.T. 
Education, Religion 




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B.A. 

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Mexia 




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Mexia 
Pres. of Soph. Class 




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Tehuacana 

Pres. of Council 




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Mexia 





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Mexia 



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Mexia 



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Mexia 



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Mexia 



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Is it that funny? 




Too deep for Tom. "And their tears flowed like wine." 

Napoleon or indigestion Waitin' at the gate. 

"Leg Art." Who dat? Miss Chandler? 

Three Vargas. Joe and Maud, both cooks? 





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Pin-up Girls 

Heart Crushers 

Mrs. Dean, her neighbor, 
and Josephine 

"The Luncheon Club" 

Lost in the bushes 

Careful! Don't get a splinter 
in your career. 

Mother Hotdog 

Hallye Rae and another 
flea haven 

That's Myron 

Fish Day Beauty 
"Snuff and All" 

Jitterbug Queen? 




Hall of Terror. Time out. Another mule in the background. 

Birds'eye view. Song birds. The Dorm. Mr. 5 by 5 and Miss 2 by 2. 

Aunt Jessie's bluebonnets. What did they do to you, Melva? 




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